Indiana baseball may have made a great late season run to get back into the NCAA Tournament picture and qualify for the Big Ten Tournament but it certainly wasn’t reflected in the all-Big Ten baseball teams released on Tuesday.
Indiana didn’t have a single player selected to the conference’s first team all-Big Ten and Scott Donley was the lone selection on the second team.
IU outfielder Craig Dedelow was named third team all-Big Ten.
Most interesting was that not a single Indiana pitcher was recognized on any team. That on a team that was led by its pitching throughout the regular season.
The Hoosiers open play at 10 a.m. ET Wednesday in the Big Ten Tournament when they face Michigan.